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Debugging SSL on Both iOS Devices and Simulators with Man-in-the-middle Proxies

This article describes how to set up a debugging environment for SSL web services from iOS clients to a server using man-in-the-middle proxies.
30 Oct 2012, 12:46:00   Source: Debugging SSL on Both iOS Devices and Simulators with...   Tags: Web Services

Usage of multiple Web Services in a single web application

Creating a simple Text Editor web application using multiple web services.

Consuming a Web Service .NET with VB6.0 App

I will show you how to get a response from a Web Service developed over .NET (version does not matter)
18 Aug 2011, 06:54:00   Source: Consuming a Web Service .NET with VB6.0 App   Tags: Web Services

Team Foundation Server and Exchange: Build a Ticketing System Using Exchange and Team Foundation Server

What do you get if you combine the Team Foundation Server work item tracking functionality with the Exchange Web Services push notification? A unified support ticketing system that integrates e-mail and work items. Mohammad Jalloul shows you how to build it.
28 Jul 2011, 19:00:00   Source: Team Foundation Server and Exchange: Build a Ticketing...   Tags: Web Services

REST Technobabble

REST Web Service and template with separation of concerns.
30 Nov 2010, 13:22:00   Source: REST Technobabble   Tags: Web Services

Accessing Server-Side Data from Client Script (Part 2)

Today's websites commonly exchange information between the browser and the web server using Ajax techniques. In a nutshell, the browser executes JavaScript code typically in response to the page loading or some user action. This JavaScript makes an asynchronous HTTP request to the server. The server processes this request and, perhaps, returns data that the browser can then seamlessly integrate into the web page. Typically, the information exchanged between the browser and server is serialized into JSON, an open, text-based serialization format that is both human-readable and platform independent.

Adding such targeted, lightweight Ajax capabilities to your ASP.NET website requires two steps: first, you must create some mechanism on the server that accepts requests from client-side script and returns a JSON payload in response; second, you need to write JavaScript in your ASP.NET page to make an HTTP request to this service you created and to work with the returned results. This article series examines a variety of techniques for implementing such scenarios. In Part 1 we used an ASP.NET page and the JavaScriptSerializer class to create a server-side service. This service was called from the browser using the free, open-source jQuery JavaScript library.

This article continues our examination of techniques for implementing lightweight Ajax scenarios in an ASP.NET website. Specifically, it examines how to create ASP.NET Ajax Web Services on the server-side and how to use both the ASP.NET Ajax Library and jQuery to consume them from the client-side.

26 Oct 2010, 19:00:00   Source: Accessing Server-Side Data from Client Script (Part 2)   Tags: Web Services

Mobile Apps: Getting Started with Windows Phone Development Tools

Windows Phone 7 has shipped, and now it’s your turn to start developing apps for it. We’ll introduce you to the Windows Phone Developer Tools and walk you through the creation of a Windows Phone application that accesses a web service.
30 Sep 2010, 19:00:00   Source: Mobile Apps: Getting Started with Windows Phone...   Tags: Web Services

Bing Map Apps: Building a Real-Time Transit Application Using the Bing Map App SDK

Learn how to use the free Bing Map App SDK as we walk you through the creation of a real-time transit application for bus routes in King County and show you how to submit apps to the Bing Map site.

Windows Phone 7: Windows Phone and the Cloud--an Introduction

See how easy it is to create a Windows Phone 7 app and tie it to a Web service as Ramon Arjona walks you through the creation of a language translation tool.
29 Jul 2010, 19:00:00   Source: Windows Phone 7: Windows Phone and the Cloud--an...   Tags: Web Services

Using IP to Country Web Service Within .NET Application

This article explains how to consume a free IP2Country web service within a .NET application.
29 Jun 2010, 17:50:00   Source: Using IP to Country Web Service Within .NET Application   Tags: Web Services
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